What are the options for open-source licensing of works of publication generated from code? I made some printable technical charts (basically application-specific graph papers) a couple of years ago; they are generated from TeX source but the output is not a computer program. I’d like to publish them but I’m not sure there is enough of a market to support making books or notepads of them for sale, so it seems like releasing the PDFs and/or TeX source for individuals to print on their own is an option.
What licenses are suitable to cover the source and produced work? One concern I have (perhaps irrationally) is that someone could take the source or output and incorporate them into a textbook or such without consideration. How can I protect against that?